soundscape

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

sound +‎ -scape

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

soundscape (plural soundscapes)

  1. An acoustic environment, a virtual/emotional environment created using sound.
  2. A soundscape composition, an electroacoustic musical composition creating a sound portrait of a sound environment.

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Verb[edit]

soundscape (third-person singular simple present soundscapes, present participle soundscaping, simple past and past participle soundscaped)

  1. To establish or define an acoustic environment, either a virtual one created using sound or a physical one created architecturally to have specific effects on sound.